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Optics in Germany. Applied Optics 7:2 (Feb. 1968) 219-232.

Optikos. How to measure MTF and other properties of lenses. July 1999.

The Orbiting Astronomical Observatory. Sky & Telescope 24:6 (Dec. 1962) 339-340.

Orchiston, Wayne. Astrophysics and the evolution of twentieth century Australian astronomy. Search 20:6 (1989) 198-202. (Commonwealth Solar Observatory: 15.2cm Farnham refractor, 76cm reflector, solar telescope)

Orchiston, W. C/1881 K1: A Forgotten "Great Comet" of the Nineteenth Century. Irish Astronomical Journal 26:1 (1999) 33-44.

Orchiston, Wayne. The contribution of Alfred Barrett Biggs to Australian and Tasmanian Astronomy. Records of the Queen Victoria Museum 89 (1985) 1-28. (216mm Browning-With equatorial Newtonian, Troughton & Simms filar micrometer, solar prism, water clock drive; 76mm equatorial refractor with Biggs-made micrometer; transit)

Orchiston, Wayne. The contribution of Francis Abbott to Tasmanian and Australian astronomy. Vistas in Astronomy 35 (1992) 315-344. (Varley transit, 3.5in alt-az Cooke refractor, 4in Varley refractor with Cavallo micrometer on a Dallmeyer equatorial mount, Dollond equatorial refractor, 2in Dallmeyer transit.)

Orchiston, Wayne and Adrian Brewer. David Ross and the development of amateur astronomy in Victoria. Journal of the British Astronomical Association 100 (1990) 173-181. (229mm , 260mm, 305mm Ross equatorial Newtonians)

Orchiston, Wayne. Dr. William Bone, and the role of the amateur observatory in Australian astronomy. Southern Stars 32 (1987) 111-128. (119mm Wray refractor, Ross micrometer, water clock drive; 203mm Grubb refractor)

Orchiston, Wayne. The end of an era: Dr Con Tenukest and amateur astronomy in Australia. Australian Journal of Astronomy 3:4 (1990) 145-155. (TM 1950s-60s). (45.7cm Gale reflector. 45.7cm Calver Newtonian. 25.4cm Browning-With-Calver equatorial with filar micrometer & solar spectroscope. 50.8cm Grubb-Parsons equatorial Cassegrain. 15.2 cm Tenukest-Pinnock-Schaefer, first Maksutov made in Australia 1946. 16.5cm Schaefer refractor. 25.4cm Tenukest alt-az reflector.)

Orchiston, Wayne and Alex Buchanan. Illuminating incidents in Antipodean astronomy: Campbell Town, and the 1874 transit of Venus. Australian Journal of Astronomy 5 (1993) 11-31. (Heliostat fed photographic telescope; Stackpole & Bros. broken tube transit; 5in Clark equatorial refractor with double image micrometer)

Orchiston, W. Illuminating Incidents in Antipodean Astronomy: John Tebbutt and the Great Comet of 1861. Irish Astronomical Journal 25:2 (1998) 167-178.

Orchiston W. John Tebbutt of Windsor, New South Wales: a pioneer southern hemisphere variable star observer. Irish Astronomical Journal 27 (2000) 47-54.

Orchiston, Wayne. Of comets and variable stars: the Afro-Australian astronomical activities of J.F. Skjellerup. Journal of the British Astronomical Association 109 (1999) 328-338. (7.6cm Cooke)

Orchiston, Wayne. The Mt. Stromlo fires. Journal of the British Astronomical Association 113:2 (2003) 2pp.

Orchiston, Wayne. Mount Stromlo Observatory. In Moore, P. (ed.), The Astronomy Encyclopaedia, London, Mitchell Beazley, 1987. pp.276-277. (30in, 50in, 74in reflectors; 26in refractor. Siding Spring 16in, 24in, 40in, 93in telescopes.)

Orchiston, Wayne. Nautical Astronomy in New Zealand - The Voyages of Captain Cook. Wellington: Carter Observatory, 1998.

Orchiston, Wayne. New South Wales Observations of the 1874 Transit of Venus. Anglo Australian Observatory Newsletter 104 (April 2004) 12-14. (.pdf)

Orchiston, Wayne and Col Bembrick. The potency of patronage: George Hoskins and the New South Wales Branch of the British Astronomical Association. Australian Journal of Astronomy 7 (1997) 1-15. (31.8cm reflector with Esdaile micrometer & Esdaile variable speed clock drive using differential gearing ; 45.7cm equatorial Newtonian with R.W. Wigmore mirror, 6in Cooke finder, Esdaile drive, Zollner spectroscope, spectrograph; 15.2cm Grubb refractor; 20.3cm Grubb refractor from Wm. Bone & Tebutt; 11.4cm Cooke refractor)

Orchiston, Wayne, Tom Love, and Steven J. Dick. Refining the astronomical unit: Queenstown and the 1874 transit of Venus. Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage 3:1 (2000) 23-44.

Orchiston, Wayne. The Thames observatories of John Grigg. Southern Stars 40:3 (2001) 14-22. (8.9cm Wray refractor)

Orchiston, Wayne. William John Macdonnell and the development of astronomy in New South Wales. Journal of the British Astronomical Association 111 (2001) 13-25. (5.7cm Negretti & Zambra; 9.3cm Parkes refractor; 1 3/4 inch A.J. Frost transit - Latimer Clark's Patent; 15.2cm Grubb equatorial refractor; 12cm Parkes equatorial refractor with micrometer, Zollner spectroscope & Esdaile clock drive)

Ordnance School. Foreign Materiel, volume 3. The Ordnance School: Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland, July 1943. (OS 9-61, vol. 3) (fire control instruments & sighting equipment, German & Japanese, B.C. scopes, range & height finders) 100pp.

Ordnance School. Maintenance Manual, Binocular, M3. Ordnance School Text OS9-600. The Ordnance School, Camp Santa Anita, Arcadia, California. March 1944.

Orwell Park Observatory directory; Orwell Astronomical Society

The Ransomes Connection. by Kenneth J. Goward.

The Orwell Park Observatory. by Ken Goward and Roy Gooding.

Leyton - A Model for Orwell Park Observatory?. by Kenneth J Goward. Barclay's 10" Cooke refractor, now restored and the main telescope at the Blackett Observatory, Marlborough College.

Cleaning and Refiguring the 26cm OG of the Tomline Refractor. by Charles Radley And James Appleton. H. Dall, 'over correction for spherical', refigured. 26cm=10in f15 Merz objective.

Founding of the Orwell Park Observatory. Kenneth J Goward. Tomline, John Isaac Plummer (1845 -1925), Wilfrid Airy (1836 - 1925).

John Isaac Plummer. by Roy Gooding, Paul Whiting and Ken Goward.

Edward Howard Collinson. by Kenneth J Goward.

George Calver, Master Mirror Maker. Kenneth J Goward.

G.B. Airy's Country Retreat. by Kenneth J Goward.

Astronomy From Ancient To Modern Times. by Joe Walsh, Roy Gooding, Roy Adams and Mike Harlow. (Famous Astronomers)

Herbert Gerard Tomkins. by Ken Goward.

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Osterbrock, Donald E. The Physics of Gaseous Nebulae. Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific 100 (1988) 412-426.

Osterbrock, D.E., R.S. Brashear, and J.A. Gwinn. Self-Made Cosmologist: The Education of Edwin Hubble. pp1-18. Evolution of the Universe of Galaxies; Proceedings of the Edwin Hubble Centennial Symposium. ASP Conference Series, Volume 10, ed. by Richard G. Kron. San Francisco: ASP, 1990.

Osterbrock, D.E. Science, Religion and Money: Perkins Observatory in the Great Boom and the Great Depression 1919-1936. Abstract: Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society 24 (Sept. 1992) 1167. 181st AAS Meeting, #30.05.

Osterbrock, D.E. The View from the Observatory: History is Too Important to be Left to the Historians. pp201-215, Andre Heck, ed., Organizations for Strategies for Astronomy III, Dordrecht: Kluwer, 2002.

Osterbrock, D.E. A View of the Future as Seen from the Past. Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific 112 (July 2000) 869-872 (#773)

Oswalt, T.D. Back to the Future: The SARA Observatory at Kitt Peak and the Future of Small Telescopes at National Sites. International Amateur-Professional Photoelectric Photometry Communication 65 (Sept. 1996) 40-42.

Oswalt, T.D. Preserving Access to Small Observatories Throughout the World: The Role of University Consortia and Collaboration. International Amateur-Professional Photoelectric Photometry Communication 69 (Sept. 1997) 1-5.

Oswalt, T.D., et al. Progress Report on the SARA 0.9-m Telescope Project at Kitt Peak. International Amateur-Professional Photoelectric Photometry Communication 61 (Sept. 1995) 14-20. (B&C 36 inch, 2 at KPNO, combined parts assembled into SARA

Oswalt, T.D. Willem Jacob Luyten (1899-1994). International Amateur-Professional Photoelectric Photometry Communication 58 (Jan. 1995) 60-61.

Ott, William & Thomas Lucatorto. 100 Years of Optics at NIST: Science, Standards, & Service. Optics & Photonics News 12:2 (Feb. 2001) 20-23.

Oughtred, William. An addition vnto the vse of the instrument called the circles of proportion, for the working of nauticall questions. London: Printed by Augustine Mathewes, 1633. [2], 74, [4] p.

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Overbye, Dennis. Astronomy's New Grail: The $1 Billion Telescope. The New York Times, Dec. 30, 2003, ppD1-D2.

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Pain, Stephanie. Lady of longitude. NewScientist #2438 (13 March 2004) 48-49. (Mary Edwards, John Edwards)

Palik, E.D. History of far-infrared research. 1, The Rubens Era. Journal of the Optical Society of America 67:7 (July 1977) 857-865.

Palmer, C. Harvey. The Refracting Telescope. pp79-86. Optics-Experiments & Demonstrations. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins, 1962.

Palmer, Christopher. Diffraction Grating Handbook. 2002.

Palmer, John. The Catholique Planisphaer, which Mr. Blagrave Called the Mathematical Jewel. London, 1658. 122pp. (.pdf)

Palmer, John. The Planetary Instrument. Or the description and use of the theories of the planets. London: printed for Walter Hayes, 1685. JP 1612-1679.

Panagia, Nino. The Hubble Space Telescope, Present and Future. ESA Bulletin 118 (May 2004) 5-15.

Pang, Alex Soojung-Kim. Gender, Culture, and Astrophysical Fieldwork: Elizabeth Campbell and the Lick Observatory-Crocker Eclipse Expeditions. Osiris 11 (1996) 17-43.

Pang, Alex Soojung-Kim. The Social Event of the Season: Solar Eclipse Expeditions and Victorian Culture. Isis 84:2 (June 1993) 252-277.

Pantalony, David. Americans in Europe: The Purchasing Trip of Ira and Charles Young in 1853. Bulletin of the Scientific Instrument Society 76 (2003) 23-27.

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(Parallax) Of a Correspondency, to be procured, for the Finding out the True Distance of the Sun and Moon from the Earth, by the Paralax, observed under (or neer) the same Meridian. Philosophical Transactions 1 (1665) 151-152. (measuring rod within the eye-glass of a telescope)

The Paris Observatory. Science 2 (#26) (Aug. 3, 1883) 131-132. (Loewy lunette brisee, coude equatorial; great refractor objective being figured by M. Martin; observatory sited over catacombs & is settling)

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(Paris) L’Observatoire de Paris aujourd’hui. Paris, 1984. 14pp

(Paris) Wolf, C. Histoire de l'Observatoire de Paris. Paris: Gauthier-Villars, 1902. pp135-193, 273-300, instruments.

(Paris 49 inch) Brydon, H.B. Notes and Queries - The Largest Refracting Telescope. Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada 31 (March 1937) 141-142. (citing Flammarion)

Parker, D.C. & T.A. Dobbins. The Art of Planetary Observing - Part One. Sky & Telescope 74:4 (Oct. 1987) 370ff. Part Two, 74:6 (Dec. 1987) 603ff.

Parker, Gary D. Galileo and optical illusion. American Journal of Physics 54:3 (March 1986) 248-252.

Parker, George. Mercurius Anglicanus, or, The English Mercury, being a double ephemeris for the year of our Lord 1693, heliocentrick and geocentrick, exactly calculated from Astronomia Carolina for the meridian of London, with monthly predictions thereon, and several varieties of singular use, being the first after bissextile, or leap-year, the like not extant. London: Printed by Benj. Motte for the Company of Stationers, 1693. 80pp. G.P. 1654-1743. (almanac)

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Partridge, Seth. The description and use of an instrument called the double scale of proportion. London: Printed for Richard Mount, 1692. S.P: 1603-1686.

Pasachoff, Jay M. Astronomical Sacred Sites - II. Sky and Telescope 103:2 (Feb. 2002) 16.

Pasachoff, J. M. & William Livingston. Coelostat and Heliostat: I. Alignment and use for Eclipse and Other Field Purposes. Applied Optics 23:16 (15 Aug. 1984) 2803-2808.

Pasachoff, Jay M. Early Eclipse Science. Sky and Telescope 101:2 (Feb. 2001) 46.

Pasachoff, Jay. Halley and his maps of the total eclipses of 1715 and 1724. Astronomy & Geophysics 40 (1999) 2.18-2.21

Pasachoff, Jay M. Halley and his maps of the Total Eclipses of 1715 and 1724. Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage 2:1 (June 1999) 39-54.

Pasachoff, Jay. The Largest Optical Telescopes. Mercury 11 (Sept.-Oct. 1982) 142-143.

Pasachoff, Jay M. Menzel and eclipses. Journal for the History of Astronomy 33:2 (May 2002) 139 - 156.

Pasachoff, Jay M. Williams College's Hopkins Observatory: the oldest extant observatory in the United States. Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage 1:1 (June 1998) 61-78 (1998). (Hopkins built 1836-1838, with oldest known Alvan Clark telescope)

Pascu, D. A history of the discovery and positional observation of the Martian satellites, 1877-1977. Vistas in Astronomy 22:2 (1978) 141-148.

Paterson, T.G.F. Armagh Observatory, its Founder and Directors. Irish Astronomical Journal 1:4 (1950) 108-113.

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Patterson, W.T. Notes and Queries- Telescopes from War Surplus Lenses. Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada 50 (Feb. 1956) 35

Payne, W.W. Carleton College Observatory. Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific 3 (1891) 85-87.

Peake, Cyrus H. Some Aspects of the Introduction of Modern Science into China. Isis 22:1 (Dec. 1934) 173-219.

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Pearson, J. On the adjustment to position of an equatorial telescope. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 40 (Nov. 1879) 1-2.

Pease, F. G. Notes on Atmospheric Effects Observed with the 100-Inch Telescope. Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific 36 (Aug. 1924) 191-198.

Peddle, C.J. The Manufacture of Optical Glass. Transactions of the Optical Society 23:2 (January 1922) 103-130. (103-106, history. bibliography)

Pedersen, Kurt Möller. Römer, Flamsteed, and the search for a stellar parallax. Vistas in Astronomy 20:1 (1976) 165-169.

Pedersen, Olaf. The life and work of Peter Nightingale. Vistas in Astronomy 9 (1967) 3-10.

Pedersen, Olaf. Master John Perks and his mechanical curves. Centaurus 8 (1963) 1-18.

Pedersen, Olaf. The "Philomaths" of 18th century England, A study in amateur science. Centaurus 8 (1963) 238-262.

Pedersen, Kurt Møller. Roger Joseph Boscovich and John Robison on terrestrial aberration. Centaurus 24 (1980) 335-345.

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Perkin-Elmer ships 2.3-m optical space-telescope assembly. (Author: G.B.L.) Physics Today 37:11 (Nov. 1984) 17-19.

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Pettit, Edison. Focal changes in mirrors. Astrophysical Journal 58 (1923) 208-214. (testing glass, pyrex, speculum for changes in focal length.)

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